-Chapter artwork for each era. There are also some super cute little Babylonian lions used to separate subsections, which were previously just a centre-aligned dash.
-General editing, tweaks to improve the flow of language, etc. A few slight expansions here and there, often a few sentences to round out scenes that were a little short. This also includes consistency for some terms, such as the old “hoverbike, hover-bike, hover bike” problem.
-Formatting, including the addition of chapter banners and adjustment of margins, removal of unneeded double spaces, and general consistency throughout. There are more words per page with the adjustments.
-Some names adjusted to include the proper accents and so forth, such as “Māori”.
It's something I had been working on throughout the summer, now that I have had some time to myself. What's next for me? Tales from Aquis needs some love- I'll also be starting my Masters in Visual Communication (art) in a month, which I am rather looking forward to.
So, until next time, folks! Enjoy the novel!